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Jan 22, 2010 10:00pm EST
to be going the wrong way on one of the busiest interstates in the united states. so at that point i moved over, and that's when i engaged my camera and i pulled through the median and started to pursue the vehicle in the westbound lanes of traffic. so i'm going the correct flow of traffic. and i'm watching him go against traffic. just surreal, you're seeing this vehicle going along and you're watching cars swerve, semis locked up with their brakes, people swerving off the shoulder and i'm looking at him, he's just straight ahead, stone-faced, forward, like i'm not even there. i attempted several times to go through the median, to get -- gain his attention. i was going about 75 miles an hour. the median is not the best place to try and drive a vehicle through. it is rough. there is rocks. there is holes. i lost control of my vehicle, i couldn't gain, i had to slow down to get back. that was first attempt. i still had my emergency equipment activated to try and get the attention of the oncoming motorists. i tried again a short time down the road to get off and, again, my rear end kind of sl
Jan 4, 2010 3:00am EST
of the ideas. >> those ideas have become her signature, from the moment she arrived in the united states. originally from argentina, roxana moved to los angeles in 1991. while working for a p.r. agency that serviced the latino market, she made a discovery. >> i was surprised that the partners and the senior people at the agency didn't even speak spanish. they had very little command of the spanish language, which i thought was ironic, given that we need to communicate in spanish to reach the latino market. >> her first business idea was born: to work on her own, but focusing on consumer marketing, not the traditional hispanic p.r. work. >> i consider myself a pioneer in that area and really focus on brands, fortune 500 companies and brands that really want to focus on the hispanic market, and that's pretty much what we do. we do very little community relations and social marketing, which continue to be very important areas. >> with miller brewing company as her first client, roxana began a meteoric rise in the business, marked by significant milestones. she launched rl public relatio in
Jan 25, 2010 3:00am EST
the free dom and second amendment rights in the united states. fittingly one of grace's closest friends met the couple on the most patriotic of days at a fourth of july celebration. >> just a private person, but great sense of humor also. a wonderful mother. loving wife. a very nice person. >> reporter: was she happily married? >> very. >> reporter: what was adam to grace? >> everything. he was her world. >> reporter: so all the more disturbing when in early 2006, grace said adam started acting a little different, distant. he left their home and began spending nights in a nearby hotel. >> she was wondering is he depressed having a mid life crisis? she really couldn't understand what was going on. >> reporter: you knew he was not living at home but even though he was in town. >> right. i thought it had something to do with the fact that -- they were having problems with their son. >> reporter: grace's son victor had drug issues and had also been in trouble with the law. were adam and grace on the same page in terms of how to deal with victor? adam didn't want to forgive? >> no. >> reporter:
Jan 8, 2010 8:00pm EST
on their emotional journey back to the united states. >> it's a christmas miracle. >> to their home in new jersey. >> good one? >> the fact that you get your son back on christmas eve. just the symbolism. but can their bond, broken for so many years, be rekindled? has he called you dad yet? >> no. >> "bringing sean home: the untold story." >> good evening and welcome to "dateline," i'm meredith vieira. it shouldn't be such an extraordinary sight, just a boy spending the holidays home with his father. but it's not easy after all the years apart to be a normal family again. the journey is not over yet. but david goldman knows how far he's come. "dateline" has been by his side, traveling to brazil and back as he battled for his son sean. and we were there when he finally brought his boy home. it's a journey that began during another christmas, ten years ago, with a simple love story. ♪ >> we were envious of them. the love that was just emanating from them was so obvious. >> it was 1997, and david goldman was making a glamorous living as a handsome international model. working with big stars like c
Jan 10, 2010 7:00pm EST
leadership conference. that was in the united states. he visited new york and washington, d.c. after high school, he went to yemen in 2005 to study arabic and then moved to england, where he enrolled in a mechanical engineering program here at the prestigious university college, london. >> i knew him the entire time he was at ucl. >> reporter: has seem rafik was a student and president of the university islamic society at a time when muslims in britain were under intense scrutiny. the subway bombings in 2005 and foiled airline plot in 2006 revealed pockets of islamic extremism in britain. against that backdrop four years before the attempted detroit bombing, cass seem remembers a bemused looking 18-year-old wandering through freshman orientation. >> i said, are you muslim? and he responded affirmatively and said would you like to get involved in the islamic society? >> reporter: abdulmutallab joined the islamic society and enthusiastically organized fund-raisers and guest speakers. >> he always had a smile on his face and, you know, he was a kind, sensitive person. >> reporter: after a fe
Jan 24, 2010 7:00pm EST
in the united states dropped for the first time ever when news of the case became public. >> now, people die every day for lack of organs. this prosecution may well have caused more people to die than should have died. >> narrator: perhaps it did. but the woman waiting for ruben's liver did eventually get a transplant and survive. and there's a little more hope now for others because this month dr. hootan roozrokh joined a new hospital and is once again performing transplants and saving lives. finally emerging from that one night in the fog in california.
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